The agriculture department in Adilabad is offering to buy crop pests. it sounds strange but true. The bio-control laboratory under the agriculture department has offered Re 1 for three Heliothis

Andhra Pradesh stands second in the number of AIDS/HIV cases in the country, closely following Maharashtra. To curb the menace of the dreaded AIDS disease, a Technical Resource Unit managed by the

The Andhra Pradesh State government is all set to launch AP Community Forest Management Project early next year. The Rs 700 crore greenery project funded by the World Bank, is nothing but a recycled

The Andhra Pradesh government has been blowing its own trumpet to no end and tomtomming about the efforts it has put in to improve the lot of women. But the facts prove otherwise. The government has

The World Bank expressed dissatisfaction over the progress of AP Power Sector Restructuring Project under its Adaptable Programme of Lending. The World Bank authorities, who reviewed the progress of

A number of NGOs, agriculture, labour unions, voluntary organisations and Vana Samrakshan Samitis from Andhra Pradesh held a meeting to discuss the move by the state government to privatise forests

In a startling revelation, a report released by the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University along with State government and Unicef, has said that teachers too contribute to the

A Division Bench of the AP High Court directed the Andhra Pradesh government to ensure protected water supply in the fluorosis-affected areas of Nalgonda

At last, some heartening news for wildlife lovers. Indian lions and tigers may be endangered species but they do not face any threat of extinction. A scientific study by the Centre for Cellular and

Turtles, which normally paddle along in Uttar Pradesh's polluted rivers, are increasingly ending up on the dining tables of five star hotels of Calcutta, Dhaka, Kathmandu and many south-east Asian